Demi Moore is reportedly distraught over her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher's relationship with Mila Kunis, it has been revealed.
The troubled actress reportedly fears that Kutcher, 33, and Kunis, 28, have are planning to have a baby following statements that his rumored girlfriend made about settling down.
"I do want a family ... I'd rather be in love and have a baby than a movie," Kunis recently told Glamour Magazine.
Moore, 49, filed from divorce from the "Two And A Half Men" star in November after six years of marriage following reports that he had cheated on her with 22-year-old Sara Leal. The mother of four is reportedly still in love with Kutcher.
"Demi looks at the celebrity blogs. She's crushed by the pictures of [Kutcher and Kunis] having all these cute dates. It's painful because Demi is still so in love with Ashton," a friend of Moore's told Life & Style Magazine.
"[Moore] tried for years to have a baby with Ashton, but she just couldn't. Now that he's dating Mila, she could have his child in a heartbeat, and if she did, that would shatter Demi into a million pieces," the friend said.
The reports follow news that Moore's three daughters Rumer, 23, Scout, 20, and Tallulah, 18 have all cut ties with their mother over Kutcher.
Despite Moore ending her marriage to Kutcher, her daughter has reportedly stayed in contact with their former step-father, which has upset the actress.
"Ashton cheating on Demi humiliated her, and when she got out of the relationship she thought she was setting a good example for her daughters, so when they stayed close to Ashton it devastated her," a source told Radar Online.
"She doesn't understand how they could stay close with Ashton after he humiliated her and she's asked them to stop talking with him but they refuse," the insider went on.
All three daughters, who are biologically fathered by Moore's ex-husband Bruce Willis, are said to be fed up that Moore is still dwelling on her broken marriage and they have subsequently cut her out of their lives.
"They hate that Demi's still acting like a teenager and messing up her life," another friend of Moore's said. "They haven't spoken to her for most of this year."